Did you know...
- That according to the handbook, "Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products," fluoride is more poisonous than lead and just slightly less poisonous than arsenic.
- That according to the Physicians' Desk Reference: "In hypersensitive individuals, fluoride occasionally causes skin eruptions such as atopic dermatitis, eczema, or urticaria. Gastric distress, headache, and weakness have also been reported. These hypersensitive reactions usually disappear promptly after discontinuation of the fluoride."
- That the Canadian Dental Association recommends: "Fluoride supplements should not be recommended for children less than three years old."
- That from 1990 to 1992, the Journal of the American Medical Association published three separate articles linking increased hip fracture rates to fluoride in the water.
- That in the March 22, 1990 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, Mayo Clinic researchers reported that fluoride treatment of osteoporosis increased hip fracture rate and bone fragility.
- That a study by Proctor and Gamble showed that as little as half the amount of fluoride used to fluoridate public water supplies resulted in a sizable and significant increase in genetic damage.
- That in 1993, researchers from the National Institute of Environmental Health admitted: "in cultured human and rodent cells, the weight of the evidence leads to the conclusion that fluoride exposure results in increased chromosome aberrations [genetic damage]."
- That in 1988, the ability of fluoride to transform normal cells into cancer cells was confirmed by Argonne National Laboratories.
- That the research of Dr. Dean Burk, former Chief Chemist of the National Cancer Institute, showed that about 10,000 or more fluoridation-linked cancer deaths occur yearly in the United States.
- That results from Battelle Research Institute showed that fluoride was linked to a rare form of liver cancer in mice, oral tumors and cancers in rats, and bone cancer in male rats.
- That since 1990, the National Cancer Institute, the New Jersey Department of Health, and the Safe Water Foundation all found that the incidence of osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, was far higher in young men exposed to fluoridated water as compared to those who were not.
After reading about the impact of Aluminum on the human body and its synergistic reaction with fluoride we decided to try RO water with J and M, so far so good!! Tom is convinced that it was the water and not chocolate chips that were impacting her final steps towards healing. We will see, fingers crossed!! Two days and we have already seen a change. But sometimes looks can be deceiving.